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1SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEBASIC NURSINGSUBJECT CODETheory:MA0111 Workshop:MA0112SUBJECT TYPEMixed: Theory - WorkshopSUBJECT CATEGORYMEYWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS11(Theory 2, Workshop 9)CREDIT POINTS9TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERFirstPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECTThe nursing science belongs to the wider discipline of health sciences and it isdedicated to the human and his treatment, both in the disease and in his normal life.The main aims of nursing are the promotion of well-being, the prevention of thedisease, the restoration to health and the facilitation of facing a health problem.By the completion of the subject the students: familiarized with the nursing terminologyRecognize the basic nursing problems and make nursing diagnosisKnow the basic principles and skills of the nursing careHave been introduced to the basic principles of the specialized nursingtechniques and interventions.SUBJECT DESCRIPTIONTheory Introduction to the basic meanings: health, disease, prevention, healtheducation, basic human needs, hospital, nursing science, health systems,structure and functioning of the Greek Health System. Holistic approach of the patient, taking and record of nursing background,assessment of health. Introduction to Nursing Theories, Nursing procedure. Special techniques: vital points. Infections: Basic principles of sterilization, of antisepsis, of disinfection.Prevention and dissemination of hospital infections.

2 Principles of medicines administration, evaluation of pharmaceuticalbackground, assessment of the patient’s answer to medicines. Blood and blood products transfusion. Basic principles of oxygentherapy. The process of communicating, therapeutic communication techniques,teaching and training of the patient. Taking care of a wound- care of a bedridden patient, prevention and takingcare of lying downs. Self-consciousness, stress, loss and death confrontation. Activity – Rest – Sleep – Comfort – Safety of the patient. Nutrition and feeding of patients.Workshop Patient admission to hospital, ward preparation, laying a bed. Body mechanics, appropriate bed position of the patient, transport and gettingup position. Body sanitation. Taking and record of vital points. Body systems assessment. Basic principles of sterilization, of antisepsis, of disinfection. Emptying of urinary bladder. Emptying of intestine. Use of epispastics. Basic principles of oxygentherapy. Presurgical education. Postoperative education. Principles of medicines administration. Medicines dissolution technique for parenteral administration. Intramuscular, hypodermic, subcutaneous medicines administration. Pricking of veins, intravenous liquids and medicines administration. Blood and blood products transfusion. Taking care of a surgical injury. Prevention and taking care of lying downs. Application of rhinogastric tube.REFERENCES:1. Θεμελιώδεις Αρχές της Νοσηλευτικής, Τόμος Ι, ΙΙ, ΙΙΙ. C. Taylor. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2006, Αθήνα.2. Παθολογική και Χειρουργική Νοσηλευτική. Μαρία Πάνου, Άννα Σαχίνη-Καρδάση. Εκδόσεις Βήτα,1997, Αθήνα.3. Βασικές Νοσηλευτικές Διαδικασίες. MAGGIE C .Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, Αθήνα.4. Βασικές Αρχές και Δεξιότητες της Νοσηλευτικής Φροντίδας. SUSAN C.D.E. WIT., Εκδόσεις Λαγός,

32001, Αθήνα.5. Θεμελιώδεις Αρχές της Νοσηλευτικής - Η Επιστήμη και η Τέχνη της Νοσηλευτικής Φροντίδας. CarolTaylor, Carol Lilliw, Priscilla Lemone, Ελισάβετ Πατηράκη –Κουρμπάνη, Επιμέλεια Χρυσούλα Β.Λεμονίδου. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2006, Αθήνα.6. Βασικές Αρχές και Δεξιότητες της Νοσηλευτικής Φροντίδας, ΤΟΜΟΣ Ι, ΙΙ, ΙΙΙ. S. Dewit, ΕκδόσειςΛαγός, 2006, Αθήνα.7. Νοσηλευτικές Θεωρίες. M. McEwen, E. Wills. Εκδόσεις ΒΗΤΑ, 2004, Αθήνα.

4SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEGENERAL ANATOMYSUBJECT CODETheory: MA0121, Workshop: MA0122SUBJECT TYPEMixed: Theory - WorkshopSUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS5 (Theory 1, Workshop 4)CREDIT POINTS4TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERFirstPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECTAnatomy constitutes the base of medicine, of obstetrics as well as nursing. Within the subject ofanatomy we study the morphology and structure of the human body along with all those structuralcomponents which are visible either macroscopically or microscopically. As far as the teaching methodis concerned basic methods are used main points of which are observation and creation of visible imagesrather than mere memorization.SUBJECT DESCRIPTIONTheoryThe subject matter includes the elements below: Cell, tissues, blood, networkendotheliac system, skin. Sustentacular system Muscular system Respiratory system Circulatory system Digestive system Urinary system Genital system Nervous system, sensory organs Endocrine glands

5REFERENCES:’S Ανατομία. Richard L. Drake, Wayne Vogl, Adam W. M. Mitchell. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 2007,Αθήνα.Η Ανατομική του Ανθρώπου. Κακλαμάνης Ν., Καμμάς Α.Εκδόσεις Μ. ΕDΙΤΙΟΝ, 1998.Στοιχεία Ανατομικής του Ανθρώπου. Χατζημπούγιας Ι. Εκδόσεις GM DESIGN, 2007.Ανατομική Βασικές Γνώσεις. Πισίδης Α. Εκδόσεις ΛΥΧΝΟΣ.Ανατομία. Platzer F. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2008, Αθήνα.Ανατομική, Κείμενο και Άτλαντας, Ελληνικοί και Λατινικοί όροι. 5η Νέα επεξεργασμένη &συμπληρωμένη έκδοση. Lippert. Παρισιάνος. 1993. Αθήνα.

6SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEPHYSIOLOGYSUBJECT CODEMA0131SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS4 (Theory 4)CREDIT POINTS6.5TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERFirstPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECTTopic and aim of the subject is the study of the function of all the organs and systemsof the human constitution.SUBJECT DESCRIPTIONThe subject matter of the subject includes the basic units below: Basic principles of the function of the human organism, cellular physiology. Blood physiology, acidbase balance, principles of the function of theimmunity system. Cardiovascular system physiology Respiration physiology Digestive system, metabolism and thermoregulation physiology. Urinary system function, water-salts balance regulation. Reproduction physiology Principles of the endocrine function of the constitution. Neuromuscular system and sensory organs physiology.

7REFERENCES:1. Συνοπτική φυσιολογία του Ανθρώπου, Mc Geown J. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2006, Αθήνα.2. Άτλας Βασικών Ιατρικών Επιστημών – Φυσιολογία του ανθρώπου. Netter F. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης,, Αθήνα.Φυσιολογία του Ανθρώπου I,II,III, Πλέσσας Σ. Εκδόσεις Φάρμακον-Τύπος, 1998, Αθήνα.Φυσιολογία I,II. Ε. Καννέλος - Μ. Λυμπέρη, Eκδόσεις Λύχνος, Αθήνα.Φυσιολογία του Ανθρώπου. GAYTON A.& Hall J.E, Ευαγγέλου Α. Επιμέλεια – Μετάφραση ΕκδόσειςΠαρισιάνος, 2008, Αθήνα.Στοιχεία Ανατομίας και Φυσιολογίας του Ανθρώπου. Τσούντας. Eκδόσεις Λίτσας, 2007, Αθήνα.Φυσιολογία του Ανθρώπου, τόμος Γ . Netter F. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2006, Αθήνα.Φυσιολογία του Ανθρώπου. Vander A. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, Αθήνα.

8SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEMICROBIOLOGYSUBJECT CODEMA 0141SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS2 (Theory 2)CREDIT POINTS3.5TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERFirstPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Topic and aim of the subject is on the one hand to introduce students in the basicknowledge and principles of microbiology and on the other hand to offer them thecapability of studying the main pathogenetic microorganisms, especially the germsand the genital and urinary system infections.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory: Basic Microbiology principlesGerms and infectionsBiochemistry of the germ worldMicroscopic observationStructure – Biosynthesis – Development – Development control – Genetics ofpathogenetic for human microorganisms.Classification of microorganismsStudy of clinical problemsBasic principles and mechanisms of infections pathogenesisImmunity and its disordersAntimicrobic medicinesUrinary and genital system infectionsSexually transmitted diseases – Preventive measuresEnvironmental microbiologyPatients approach

9REFERENCES:Γενική Μικροβιολογία. Καλκάνη-Μπουσιάκου Ε. Εκδόσεις ΕΛΛΗΝ, 2006, Αθήνα.Iατρική Μικροβιολογία I - Βακτηριολογία. Πόγγας Ν. Εκδόσεις Οδυσσέας.Γενική Μικροβιολογία. Μπεζιρτζόγλου Ε. Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, 2005, Αθήνα.Εισαγωγή στην κλινική μικροβιολογία και τα λοιμώδη νοσήματα. Δημητρακόπουλος Γ. ΕκδόσειςΠασχαλίδη, Αθήνα.5. Εισαγωγή στη Μικροβιολογία, Τόμος Ι, ΙΙ. Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case,Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 2009, Αθήνα.6. Άτλας Ιατρικής Μικροβιολογίας. Statford B. Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, Αθήνα.7. Κλινική Μικροβιολογία και Λοιμώξεις. Χριστάκης, Λεγάκης, Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, 2002, Αθήνα.

10SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLESUBJECT CODEBIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT GENETICSMA0151SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS2 (Theory 2)CREDIT POINTS3.5TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERFirstPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Aim of the subject is the comprehension of the molecular mechanisms of thedevelopment of organisms from the stage of zygoto to the stage of birth. Also thesubject aims at the familiarization of the student with the basic concepts of geneticsand the apprehension of the basic rules that govern heredity and the way of diversitycreation.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory General principles of developmental biologyOogenesis – Spermatogenesis – InseminationEarly stages of developmentDetermination and differentiationInductive interactions in drossophyla, fibrous worm, sea urchin, frog, birdsand mammalsDevelopment of the nervous systemDevelopment and communication of plant cellsPlanthormones and developmentDevelopmental procedures that are controlled by the dominant centres of theplantIntroduction to geneticsLaws of Mendel and implicationsChromosomal theory of hereditySex-related heredity and sex determinationEnvironmental effect on genotype – phenotype concept

11 Natural mutations creation mechanismsEpichiasmsGenital codeCytogenetics – structural and arithmetical chromosomal mutationsGenealogical treesGenetic diseasesThe human genomeGenetic adviceAntenatal screeningREFERENCES:1. Συνοπτική κυτταρική βιολογία, Εισαγωγή στη μοριακή Βιολογία, Αικ. Χάρβαλου& Συνερ/τες, Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2002, Αθήνα.2. Ο υποκυτταρικός κόσμος. Γ. Θωμόπουλος & Συνερ/τες, University Studio press,1996, Θεσ/νίκη.3. Βιολογία κυττάρου. Β. Μαρμαράς & Μ. Λαμπροπούλου – Μαρμαρά, ΕκδόσειςΧατζηιωάννου, 1995, Πάτρα.4. Βασικές Αρχές Ιατρικής Γενετικής. M. Connor, M. Ferguson – Smith, ΕκδόσειςΠασχαλίδη, 2004, Αθήνα.

12SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEEPIDEMIOLOGYSUBJECT CODEMA0161SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS2 (Theory 2)CREDIT POINTS3.5TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERFirstPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Purpose of the subject is the students to comprehend the basic concepts of the basedon presumptions public hygiene – epidemiology, taking into consideration not onlythe practices and the revitalization measures, but also attempting the control and themanagement of the big danger factors of public health.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory History, basic principles and definitions of epidemiologyPractical applications of epidemiologyUnhealthiness and Mortality measures. Indicators, epipolasm and EffectFace – time – place characteristicsDesign of epidemiological researches and studies (ecological, synchronic,perspective-retroactive, experimental etc)Preventive measures - AssessmentClinical epidemiologyPresymptomatic commune controlPrimary prevention measuresInfectious diseases epidemiologyInfection sourcesConfrontation methodsImmunization methods – VaccinationsEnvironment and healthMolecular and genetic epidemiologyPsychological and social epidemiology

13REFERENCES:1. Εισαγωγή στη σύγχρονη Επιδημιολογία. Ahlbom A., Norell, 1992, Εκδόσεις Λίτσας, Αθήνα.2. Επιδημιολογία και Δημόσια Υγεία. Robert H. Friis, Thomas A. Sellers, 2004, Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη,Αθήνα.3. Γενική και Κλινική Επιδημιολογία. Εγχειρίδιο Επιδημιολογίας και Αρχών κλινικής Έρευνας.Τριχόπουλος Δ. Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, 2002, Αθήνα.4. Επιδημιολογία Αρχές, Μέθοδοι, Εφαρμογές. Τριχόπουλος Δ., Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, 1982, Αθήνα.5. Δοκίμια Επιδημιολογίας. Σπάρος Λ., Γαλάνης Π., Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, Αθήνα.6. Επιδημιολογία Ι. Σπάρος Δ, Γαλάνης Π., Ζάχος Ι., Τσιλίδης Κ. Εκδόσεις ΒΗΤΑ, 2004, Αθήνα.7. Επιδημιολογία ΙΙ. Σπάρος Λ. Δ., Λάμπρου Α., Μέλλου Κ. Εκδόσεις ΒΗΤΑ, 2005, Αθήνα.8. Επιδημιολογία ΙΙΙ. Σπάρος Λ. Δ., Πετρόγλου Ν. Εκδόσεις ΒΗΤΑ, 2006, Αθήνα.

14SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT CODEPATHOLOGICAL – SURGICALNURSINGTheory: MA0211, Workshop:MA0212SUBJECT TYPEMixed: Theory - WorkshopSUBJECT CATEGORYΜΕΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS13 (Theory 4, Workshop 9)CREDIT POINTS11.5TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERSecondSUBJECT TITLEPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Aim of the subject is to offer to the students all the necessary knowledge, skills andabilities of pathological-surgical nursing, thus to be able later to offer the appropriateand due nursing care as the case may be, to patients who suffer either from specialpathological conditions of the several systems of human or have come out inneoplasmatic diseases, have been operated or are going to be operated.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory Introduction to Pathological – Surgical NursingDraft – plan of nursing careNursing care of patients in pain and patients who are going to be operatedPostoperative complications and health restorationPresurgical and postoperative psychological support of the patientPrevention and cure of endohospital diseasesComplications of arterial and venous lines catheterizationElectrolytes and acid-base balance disordersNursing interventions in patients with respiratory problem (acute bronchitis,pneumonia, tuberculosis, chronic obstructive pneumopathy, bronchial asthma,chronic bronchitis, emphysema) Nursing interventions in patients with digestive system diseases(gastroesophagal reciprocation, gastritis, digestive ulcer, irritable intestine,gastroenteritis, ileus) Nursing interventions in patients with circulatory problem Nursing interventions in patients with hepatitis, cirrhosis, cholelithiasis andpancreatitis.

15 Nursing interventions in patients with endocrine glands and metabolismdiseases (diabetes, super-hypothyroidism) Blood disorders (anaemia, haemophilia, leukaemia, glandular fever) Nursing interventions in patients with allergic conditions (allergic shock) Nursing interventions in patients with burnsWorkshop Admission of a patient to a clinic. Settling in the ward and in bedTaking of nursing background. Individual care of patientWorking out of a nursing care planMedical visit attendanceClinical examination of a patient (overview, auscultation, palpation,percussion)Taking of vital pointsPresurgical patient preparationReceipt of a patient from the operation theatreTaking care of a surgical or other injury or a burn. Prevention of infectionsCarrying out an electrocardiogramDiabetes measurement. Administration of insulin. Hydration and taking careof diabetic legSetting of phlebocatheter. Application of a dripAdministration of medicines in various waysBlood drawing. Laboratory control. Blood gases, assessment of resultsAdministration of oxygen in various ways. Use of nephelomization mask.Putting the patient in a Fowler, semi-Fowler positionParenteral feedingApplication of urinary bladder catheterApplication of rhinogastric catheter. Fixing and looking afterBlood transfusionPatient preparation for diagnostic examinations (gastroscopy andspiromeasurement)REFERENCES:1. Παθολογική και Χειρουργική Νοσηλευτική. Ignudavicius D., Workman L. Εκδόσεις ΒΗΤΑ, 2008,Αθήνα.2. Παθολογική και Χειρουργική Κλινική Νοσηλευτική. Αθανάτου Ε., 1995, Αθήνα.3. Νοσηλευτική Διαγνωστική και Κλινική Πρακτική. Gettrust K.V., Bradec P.D, Εκδόσεις ΕΛΛΗΝ, 2000,Αθήνα.4. Παθολογική – Χειρουργική Νοσηλευτική. Κριτική σκέψη κατά τη φροντίδα του ασθενούς.Επιμέλεια: Πανανουδάκη-Μπροκαλάκη Η. Τόμοι 1ος, 2ος, 3ος, 4ος. Γ’ Έκδοση. Εκδόσεις ΛΑΓΟΣ, 2006,Αθήνα.5. Παθολογική και Χειρουργική Νοσηλευτική. Σαχίνη-Καρδάση Α., Πάνου Μ. Τόμοι 1ος, 2ος, 3ος. Β’Έκδοση. Εκδόσεις ΒΗΤΑ. 1997, Αθήνα.6. Παθολογική – Χειρουργική Νοσηλευτική. Σχεδιασμός Νοσηλευτικής Φροντίδας. Γ’ Έκδοση.Εκδόσεις ΛΑΓΟΣ, 1994, Αθήνα.

167. Bασικές Αρχές και Δεξιότητες της Νοσηλευτικής, De Witt S.C., 2001, Εκδόσεις ΛΑΓΟΣ. Αθήνα.8. Dewit - Παθολογική – Χειρουργική Νοσηλευτική Τόμοι I, II. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη.

17SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEPATHOLOGY PRINCIPLES - NOSOLOGYSUBJECT CODEMA0221SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS4 (Theory 4)CREDIT POINTS6TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERSecondPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Purpose of the subject is to offer to students special knowledge of Pathology, thereby they are able torecognize the nosological entities and to know the causes, the symptomatology and the clinical image ofevery disease. Also to acquire the ability to evaluate the laboratory findings, to apply the right method ofclinical exam and the proper therapeutic form, as well as to suggest the required preventive measures.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory Introduction to Pathology. Typical clinical problems Basic concepts-definitions: Inflammation, degeneration, apoptosis, necrosis, atrophy, oulopeesis,apotitanosis, hypertrophy, hyperplasia, neoplasia, canceration, metastasis, percolation, dysplasia,ectopia, hyperaemia, congestion, ischaemia, heart attack, thrombosis, embolism, agenesia,transplant Respiratory system diseases (Respiratory insufficiency, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,chronic bronchitis, pulmonary emphysema, bronchial asthma, pleurisy, pneumothorax,bronchiectasis, pulmonary embolism etc) Main infectious diseases (hepatitis, herpes zoster, glandular fever, meningitis, tuberculosis,mycosis, broucelosis, salmonellosis etc) Sexually contagious diseases (AIDS, gonorrhea, syphilis etc) Urinary system diseases (urination disorders, renal insufficiencies, cystitis, infections of the urinarysystem, urolithiasis, urithritis, neoplasias etc) Immunity system diseases (self-immune diseases, aphilaxia etc)

18 Joints diseases Sight disorders Skin diseases (eczema and other typical skin diseases, psoriasis, pruritus, alopecia etc) Digestive system diseases (ulcer, disabsorption syndrome, irritable large intestine, ulcerous colitis,diseases of liver and bile, diseases of pancreas, malignancies) Metabolism disorders-endocrinological disorders (diabetes, thyroid disorders, obesity, Cushingsyndrome, metabolic syndrome etc) Blood disorders (anaemias, haemoglobin diseases, leukaemias, coagulation disorders, DEC,haemophilias) Circulatory system disorders (hyperlipidaemia, hypertension, coronary heart disease, shock, heartfailure, acute pulmonary oedema, myocardium diseases, valve diseases, arrhythmias etc) Rheumatic diseases (self-immune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis) Main CNS �θολογία Ι. Runge M., Greganti A. Τόμοι I, II. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 2006, Αθήνα.Παθολογία- Νοσολογία. Χανιώτης Φ., Χανιώτης Δ., 2002, 4 Τόμοι, Εκδόσεις Λίτσας, Αθήνα.Παθολογία. Netter F., 2006, Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, Αθήνα.Oxford Handbook Κλινικής Ιατρικής. Hope R.A., Longmore J.M., Mc Manous, Wood-Allum C.A., 2002,Εκδόσεις Λίτσας, Αθήνα.5. Ειδική Νοσολογία . Γαρδίκας Κ., Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, Αθήνα6. Toohey’s Εσωτερική Παθολογία . Εκδόσεις .Παρισιάνος, Αθήνα.7. Επίτομη εσωτερική παθολογία. Φερτάκης Α. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 1996, Αθήνα.

19SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEOBSTETRICS - GYNAECOLOGYSUBJECT CODEMA0231SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CATEGORYMEWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS4 (Theory 4)CREDIT POINTS6TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERSecondPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:The subject offers students the opportunity to acquire knowledge concerning the anatomy of the womangenital system, its benign diseases and birth rate disorders. Also students are initiated into the applicationof diagnostic and intervention techniques that are used in gynaecology and furthermore they learn torecognize and face common and simple problems during pregnancy. Finally they are prepared to practiceadvisory prevention and contraception.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory Taking of obstetric background Basic knowledge of molecular and cellular biology in gynaecology Embryology, anatomy and physiology of the woman genital system The menstrual circle (normal and disorders) Birth rate control (contraception, sterilization, abortion) Sub-birth rate (epidemiology, causes of man and woman sub-birth rate, cure, supported conception Premature conception disorders (displaced, miscarriage, pregnancy trophoblastic disorders) Congenital woman genitals disorders (ovisaculation disorders, menstruation disorders) Benign diseases of the vulva, the vagina, the cervix, the womb, the accessories Malignant diseases of the of the vulva, the vagina, the womb, the cervix and the ovaries,Papanikolaou Test

20 Premenstrual syndrome, dysmenorrhoea Polycystic ovaries syndrome Endometriosis and adenomiosis Pelvic ground disorder (womb-vagina prolapsed, cystocele, orthocele, enterocele) Urinogynaecology Gynaecological infections. Sexually contagious diseases (chlamydiac infection, fungalvulvovaginitis, trichomonadic infection, gonococcus infection, syphilis, condylomas virus, genitalsystem herpes, HIV, AIDS Gynaecology of childhood - puberty Climacteric – menopause Screening methods in gynaecology Breast anatomy and physiology Benign diseases of the breast Psychogynaecology Moral, legal and medical issues in ή & Γυναικολογία, Τόμοι 1 & 2. Campbell S., Lees C. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 2009, Αθήνα.Μαιευτική & Γυναικολογία. Smith R. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 2007, Αθήνα.Βιβλίο Γυναικολογίας - Μαιευτικής. Ιατράκης Γ. Μ., Εκδόσεις Δεσμός, 2006, Αθήνα.Σύγχρονη Γυναικολογία και Μαιευτική. Κρεατσάς Γ., Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 2000, Αθήνα.Επίτομος Μαιευτική και Γυναικολογία. Μιχαλάς Σ., Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος, 2000, Αθήνα.Oxford handbook of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Arulkumaran S., Symonds I.M., Fowlie A. Oxford UniversityPress. 2004. Oxford.7. Ob/Gyn Secrets. Bader T. J. Elsevier Mosby. 2005, Philadelphia.8. Essential Obstetrics and Gynecology. Symonds E.M., Symonds I.M. Churchill Livingstone. 2004, Edinburgh.

21SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLESURGERYSUBJECT CODEMA0241SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS2 (Τheory 2)CREDIT POINTS3TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERSecondPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Aim of the subject is the acquisition of modern and practical knowledge, the familiarization with the basicdiagnostic and therapeutic rules and the apprehension of the methodology of general surgery. Purpose ofthe subject is also the clarification of the basic parameters that play a significant role in everyday surgicalpractice. Moreover, the attachment of the basic knowledge in handling polytraumatized people and incardiorespiratory revival is achieved. Central aim of the subject is the student to acquire the necessarybasic knowledge and the documented methodological thought, thereby to actively participate in everydaysurgical practice.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory Basic concepts and principles of General Surgery Preparation of a patient for operation Operation, operational incisions Postoperative monitoring and treatment, surgical carce Fluids – electrolytes balance Postoperative complications, surgical inflammation Trauma and healing, reaction to trauma Precautionary antibiotics administration, precautionary anticoagulant treatment

22 Analgesic treatment of postoperative pain Primary handling of a polytraumatized person Thyroid and parathyroid diseases and surgery Breast diseases and surgery ( inadenoma, endavliac papilloma, breast cancer) Operations of the digestive system ( oesophagus,stomach, duodenum, small intestine, largeintestine, orthoanal tube, liver, biliaries, pancreas etc) Operations of the urinary system Endoscopic surgery – Screening methodsREFERENCES:1. Χειρουργική Παθολογία. Μπονάτσος Γ., Κακλαμάνος Ι., Γολεμάτης Β., Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2006,Αθήνα.2. Εγχειρίδιο Χειρουργικής. Πετρίδης A., Εκδόσεις ΕΛΛΗΝ, Αθήνα.3. Εγχειρίδιο Χειρουργικής. Doherty G. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, Αθήνα.4. Σύγχρονη Χειρουργική και Θεραπευτική Τόμοι ΙΙ. Κωστάκης Α., Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2005, Αθήνα.5. Εγχειρίδιο Χειρουργικής – Αλγόριθμοι. Εκδόσεις ΛΙΤΣΑΣ, 2007, Αθήνα.6. Βασική Χειρουργική. Hansis M. Εκδόσεις Παρισιανος, 2000, Αθήνα.7. Σύγχρονη Γενική Χειρουργική. Παπαδημητρίου Ι. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2001, Αθήνα.

23SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLECLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRYSUBJECT CODEMA0251, MA0252SUBJECT TYPEMixed: Theory - WorkshopSUBJECT CATEGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS3 (Theory 2, workshop 1)CREDIT POINTS3.5TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERSecondPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Aim of the subject is the students to acquire basic knowledge of Clinical Biochemistry and to applyit in practice.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory Introduction to Clinical Biochemistry Biochemical-haematological-immunological parameters and their importance in clinicalpractice Proteins-chemical structure and chemical behaviour, electrification Enzymes-enzymatic reactions activity Lipids-lipoproteins. Lipid profile determination and its importance in diagnosis Cancerous indicators and their importance in clinical practice Hormones, vitamins, trace elementsWorkshop Reagents, dispensable, apparatuses and meters of a biochemical laboratory Preparation of solutions. Dilution of solutions

24 Exercises of solutions concentration determination. Different measurement units Determination and evaluation of biochemical-haematological and immunologicalparameters Quality control, quality securing in health units laboratoriesREFERENCES:Κλινική Χημεία . Δοκιμασίες και Τεχνικές. Kaplan A. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2003, Αθήνα.Θεωρεία Κλινικής Χημείας. Φύτου – Παλληκάρη Α. Εκδόσεις Λύχνος, Αθήνα.Επιλεγμένα Θέματα Θεωρίας Κλινικής Χημείας. Φύτου – Παλληκάρη Α. Εκδόσεις Λύχνος, Αθήνα.Ιατρική Βιοχημεία. Καλοφούτης Α. Θ., Σέκερης Κ. Ε. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδη, 2000, Αθήνα.

25SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEPHARMACOLOGYSUBJECT CODEMA0311SUBJECT TYPETheorySUBJECT CAREGORYΜΓΥWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS3 (Theory 3)CREDIT POINTS4.5TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERThirdPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Purpose of the subject is the students to acquire knowledge concerning the filing, the classification, thecomposition, the production, the administration and the action of medicines, as well as to realize theinteraction mechanisms and factors (circulation, absorption, excretion, hypersensitivity, age, cumulativeattribute etc) between a medicine and a receiver. Furthermore, by the completion of the subject thestudents will be able to know the dosage, the instructions for use, the toxicity, the side effects and theincompatibility of medicines to each patient.SUBJECT DESCRIPTION:Theory Introduction to pharmacology, basic principles of pharmaceutical action Terminology and classification of medicines Pharmacogenetics, pharmacomobility and pharmacodynamics Forms and ways of medicines administration. Advantages and disadvantages of the different waysof administration Doses calculation, dilution and dissolution of medicines Undesirable effects of medicines-Addiction Pharmacotherapy in young and elderly people

26 Pharmacotherapy of reproduction procedure Interactions of medicines Medicines of the central nervous system (sympathetic-adrenalines, parasympathetic-atropines).Soothings of the CNS, anaesthetics, antiepileptics, antipsychosics, action mechanisms Pharmacotherapy of diseases principles. Antibiotics. Antibiotics against anaerobic microorganisms.Doses calculation. Medicines against mycosises and virouses. Medicines which affect cardiovascular system (angina, arrhythmias, heart failure, hypertension,blood coagulation, dyslipidaemias, atheroma etc) Medicines which affect the digestive system (antiacid, antiemetic, antidiarrhoeal, againstconstipation, spasmolytic etc) Anti-inflammatory analgesics. Cortisone. Narcotic analgesics Medicines related to endocrine glands. Hypophysis hormones, thyroid hormones. Preparationswhich are related to the function of parathyroid glands. Preparations which are related to thehormones of the cortex of the adrenal glands. Pancreas hormones, insulin. Genital hormones Urinary system medicines. Pharmaceutical nephrotoxicity Medicines which affect the respiratory system Medicines which affect haemopoiesis Antineoplasmic medicines of targets. Medicines against abnormalities related to genes Promoting easy birth, metroconvulsive, prostagladines Vitamines Fe, Ca, Mg Medicines and pregnancy, delivery, breast feeding Legislation-Prescription-Making up a prescriptionREFERENCES:1. Κλινική Φαρμακολογία. Τσόχας Κ., Χατζηχρήστου Ε. Εκδόσεις Λύχνος, 2005, Αθήνα.2. Φάρμακα και Φαρμακολογία για Νοσηλευτές. Hopkins S. J. Εκδόσεις ΒΗΤΑ, 2000, Αθήνα.3. Trounce Κλινική Φαρμακολογία για Νοσηλευτές. Ben Greenstein. 17η Έκδοση. Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος,2007, Αθήνα.4. Φαρμακολογία. Harvey A. R., Champe C. P. 2η Έκδοση. Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνου, 2007, Αθήνα.5. Γενική Φαρμακολογία. Καρακιουλάκη Δ.Γ. University Studio press,1999.6. Γυναικολογική Φαρμακολογία. Παπανικολάου Ν. Εκδόσεις Παρισιάνος. Αθήνα.7. Φαρμακολογία του Ανθρώπου. Netter F. Εκδόσεις Πασχαλίδης, 2006, Αθήνα.8. Εγχειρίδιο Φαρμακολογίας. Lullmann. Εκδόσεις Λίτσας.9. Oxford Textbook of clinical Pharmacology. Graham- Smith, Aronson, 2001.

27SUBJECT OUTLINESUBJECT TITLEGYNAECOLOGICAL NURSING CARESUBJECT CODETheory:MA0321 Workshop:MA0322SUBJECT TYPEMixed: Theory, WorkshopSUBJECT CATEGORYMEWEEKLY TEACHING HOURS10 (Theory 4, Workshop 6)CREDIT POINTS10TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTERThirdPURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT:Purpose of the subject is the students to acquire all the principles of theoretical andpractical approach and care of a patient with gynecological diseases. Moreover, to beable to realize the basic nursing skills and interventions, as well as to organize andapply the proper gynecological nursing care on patients with every kind of diseases ofthe genital system and of the breast and to proceed to preventive controls for t

SUBJECT OUTLINE SUBJECT TITLE PHYSIOLOGY SUBJECT CODE MA0131 SUBJECT TYPE Theory SUBJECT CATEGORY ΜΓΥ WEEKLY TEACHING HOURS 4 (Theory 4) CREDIT POINTS 6.5 TYPICAL TEACHING SEMESTER First PURPOSE AND AIM OF THE SUBJECT Topic and aim of the subject is the study of the function of all the organs and systems of the human constitution.

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